What are some good stocks to invest in as a new investor?
I have been doing my research, talking to some financial advisors, but it's like they are speaking Greek. I am looking to make my money work for me. So the question is, which stocks have minimum risk for a long term investor?
I've done a good bit of reading on investing and it seems that targeting individual stocks is usually a bad idea. Most people are not near skilled enough to pick the right stocks that will be profitable. What I've read says it's better to go with mutual or index funds.
I think, You can better think of forex trading. As, It was one of the safest way for new investors, and ever for long term investors. Another thing is you can go for some HYIP (High Yielding Investment Program), But you must be careful, before investing.
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